Developer website: Cocoaholic
Looking for a way to modify Xcode's system-supplied snippets? Want to prevent some of them from showing in the Code Completion Menu in Xcode? Snippet Edit makes it possible.
Prefer your braces on a new line when Xcode auto-completes if statements, for loops and init methods? Want tabs instead of spaces? Get Snippet Edit!
Snippet Edit can override Xcode's Standard Snippets, but does not modify Xcode itself. Editing is non-destructive, you can revert to Xcode's Standard Snippets at any time.
Modified snippets will show up as User Snippets in Xcode's Code Snippet Library. You can edit snippets in Snippet Edit or in Xcode directly, they are now under your control!
- Fixes the bug where Snippet Edit was unable to find Xcode when it was stored outside the Applications folder.
- OS X 10.7 or later
- Xcode version 4.3 or higher.